Chickpeas in tomato sauce with mixed greens is one of my favourite dishes to make in summer, because its super easy and quick to make and I can use all those ripe tomatoes and loads of greenery. Even though now is definitely not summer yet, I made this dish, because I had some fresh swiss … Continue reading Chickpeas in Tomato Sauce with Greens
First day of spring is one of my favourite days of the year. This year we will most likely spend admiring spring from inside in hopes that early summer will bring salvation to the coronavirus pandemic. Despite all that I wanted to share some spring snaps, that were taken in late February and early March, when we were still able to roam around freely without worries, because even though Italy is just behind the border, corona seemed far away.
Not your typical movie & series list that will get you through this self isolation - #StayAtHome period. I put together a mixture of international movies and series of different genres and I hope you will find something you like.
With March in full swing, early spring flowers already popping up everywhere its time to sum up my winter months in a blog post. There wasn't much snow and cold which made this winter a lot more bearable for me. Lots of things happened since autumn and some things turned out even better than I … Continue reading Looking Back: Winter Season
Millet porridge or rice pudding were my favourite breakfast foods to eat when I was a kid. My grandma and great grandma made them for me and then I sprinkled lots of sweet cocoa on it and enjoyed it. I still love to eat it and since I usually don't have sweet cocoa I like … Continue reading Creamy Millet Porridge with Cinnamon Apples
"And all the lives we ever lived and all the lives to be are full of trees and changing leaves..." - Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse As December starts autumn slowly fades into winter and even though I escaped it for a while to warmer, tropical place I love the autumn months. I love sunny … Continue reading My autumn favourites
When was the last time you developed your photos and put them in an album? For me I know it was a while. And then one Sunday I met with a friend and we were looking at her albums and talking about how very behind we are with printing our memories and having them right … Continue reading Bringing memories to life
Somewhere in August I started to see leaves turning colours and now we are already in the middle of September, temperatures have dropped (which I am actually excited about) and my mom has already send me butternut squash. What says its autumn better than pumpkins, right? But before I dive into autumn I would like … Continue reading Summer memories 2019
Spring is my favourite season. Nature is starting to wake up, sun is shining, days are getting longer and warmer and flowers are starting to bloom, which turns city into this colourful fairytale that smells so wonderfully. I first noticed that spring smells nice in city three years ago in Copenhagen. We went there on … Continue reading Pretty in Spring
Tomorrow is Valentine's Day. A holiday that celebrates love or commercialized holiday that just want you to spend money? I think it is a bit of both, with the last part completely depending on you. I know lots of people don't like or even hate Valentine's Day for various reasons and here is how I … Continue reading 4 reasons to celebrate Valentine’s Day